Hello Canuckbro's. What is a nice city/part of your country to visit? I want to take a trip sometime in the near future to learn more about your country, but my current knowledge is pretty limited unfortunately.
100,000 do, it's an area half the size of the contiguous USA. Only way to get to most of it is bush pilots or a long long ass walk. t's the final frontier of North America, even back in the 80s people were talking about it like Americans talked about the west in the 1860s. Sadly no one's eager to settle it these days.
Natives who want gibs
There's this huge 'scandal' about "missing and murdered aboriginal women". The Jewish media uses it to push colonial guilt when in fact most of those women were killed by other natives
>The only non cuck Cancucks are the ones you see on /int/ and /pol/
I don't want it to be true, but I know it probably is...
Because the conservatives don't care about them and never talk about them. Not idiot shit like >>53850425.
Conservatives don't need to care about them because territories only have 3 seats, and Yukon is white so make that 2 for the natives. The liberals however would get bashed to shit if they did that, as they are yaknow... the left(ish) party.
Depends how you define cuck
Why are you coming to Canada? It's just diet America
Somali crime is a problem in Edmonton, as is Asian gang activity in Calgary.
On the C-train I’m more likely to hear an asian language being spoken than English or French
Justin, ignoring a problem isn't the same as the problem not existing
Go back to /r/Canada
Among other things, such as a “youth help line,” the locals launched a poster campaign encouraging residents to cooperate with police. (Somalis brought their distrust of armed, uniformed authorities with them from their homeland, which helps explain why only three of those 18 murders have been solved.)
Haha Calgary is far from being conquered by asians.
Take a look at Vancouver for comparison, when I was living in Calgary a couple years ago I saw much more whites than any other race.
Trust me m8, there are a lot of white's still, you just notice the asians more
I fail to see the problem, these appear to be insignificant numbers. 30 dead by violence in 10 years, doesn't seem too different from any other group.
>50,000 somalis in canada
>6,000 somalis in alberta
>Deadmonton is filled with Somalis
>thinks Edmonton or Calgary are bad
Try living in or near Toronto
Toronto's not that bad, I think it's okay here
St. Johns Newfoundland. Its basically a British fishing village with a very distinct look. There is no other place like it in N. America. Definitely deserves a visit.
Prince Edward Island in the summer is gorgeous and worth the visit.
Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are pretty bland.
Quebec City is a must visit. Its literally a 1600's and 1700's french village that looks like an old town in the middle of France. There is no place like it in N. America.
Ontario...really nothing special here. Its very Americanized. Toronto really isnt worth the visit. However...Niagara Falls is worth the visit just to see the Falls which id a wonder of the world.
Manitoba and Saskatchewen...nothing to see here.
Alberta...you must go to Banf Alberta. Its a gorgeous place.
British Columbia. BC has alot to offer. Vancouver is worth checking out. Hit Granville island and have a night on tve town. Check out all the cool areas.
Whistler BC is nice. Also explore Vancouver Island. Its worth renting a car and goig on a camping excursion across the island. Nothing like sleeping unser trees that are 10 feet in diameter and nearly 100 feet tall. Fresh spring mountain water with salmon. Just gotta do it.
Thats about it really...its basically a few notable historical colonial villages, a few big cities and alot of woodland nature and mountainkus regions.
Don't go to Banf, it's beautiful and amazing but packed as fuck. I've heard horror stories about waiting in line for nearly the whole day just to get to the park entrance in a car.
Banff is overrated by calgarians
Jasper is master race
t. Someone who lived there
Algonquin id definitely nice but its so huge youll never see 98% of it. Also people from Ontario take it for granted. Gor ontario parks Kilkardine and area is underrated. Same with sleepinggiant.
St. John's, Newfoundland is great
>literally the first founded settlement in North America by the brits
>houses are really pretty, no skyscraper bullshit, as height of buildings is capped by cultural bylaw
>the most "Canadian" area of the world, as Atlantic Canada are the oldest anglo Canadian territories, and has seen very little immigration since the potato famine
>people are extremely nice
>lack of immigration has allowed Newfoundland to be very anglo/irish, with neat music and a very unique accent
pretty great place to visit, but economy isnt great
I haven't been camping much, what are the best parks near Toronto to start off going alone? My parents used to take me every year when I was a kid but we stopped eventually. I wanted go camping again but alone and they wouldn't let me so now I'm left with no experience.
If youre going alone? I guess it would depend what you are looking for? If you just want a set site assigned to you and to just do the typical 'park' thing where you sit in a lawn chair and drink beer a d play horseshoes then it doesn't really matter.
If youre looking to recharge, absorb scenery and maybe explore and bushwack...Kilarney Prov Park is definitely a site to see in FALL. When the leaves go yellow, red and auburn you gotta see it. Its breathtaking. You gotta bring a kayak or canoe. You can portage like you do in Algonquin.
You need a car man.
If you cant afford to rent a cwr find friends that have a car you can talk into going on an adventure.
My only advice if youre going to bushwack and portage. Make sure you have multiple maps, a pencil and protractor and a compass.
When your in the Canadian Shield its not like walking in a park...its easy to get deja vu and everything blends with each otger and looks the same. Its very very easy to get lost. You gotta cover your tracks.
Unless there's a bus stop with greyhound near an area with hiking trails that you can hike to... or you're okay with potentially being murdered while hitchhiking you're shit out of luck. If you do the first plan for over night.
Otherwise you'll need to go to a more touristy town near a park, stay the night and stick to more local scenery. Some towns are right next to parks and indawoods enough where you can get away from civilization.
>I've heard horror stories about waiting in line for nearly the whole day just to get to the park entrance in a car.
The line is to get passes to stop in the park for the day, not to get into Banff. Banff is just a highway turn off.
and that wouldn't make sense unless there was a fire in the park or avalanche, which is when they close the road down for safety reasons
Banff is packed though. Lots of foreign tourists and workers there lately. Only go in off seasons.
>mfw the rest of the country never appreciates what we do for them
Newfoundland, the Prairies, and to a lower extent, Halifax are the last hope for Caucasians.
Ottawa, Toronto and surrounding areas (GTA), Vancouver are cesspools of garbage. Even worse is Manitoba.
Depends what you want to do.. really..
t. Iranian Canadian
PEI and New Brunswick are all white Tbh
Honestly, I've fallen in love with Kingston and St. John's. If I'm okay financially, I'll retire in surrounding areas of those cities. Haven't been to NB or PEI yet though so who knows...
How bad are the abos in Winnipeg?
Hopefully I get to go there soon. I love the Maritimes
Those sound like really nice areas, I'd like to visit some time.
The natives are one of the main reasons I want to leave. I can't say enough horrible things, they are worse than any other minority on this planet.
They get a metric shit ton of cash EACH, as soon as they turn 18. But they still manage to spend it all on booze, then say it's whitey's fault they beat their children, and how we aren't doing enough.
They get free money, free housing, free university, and I am so sick of seeing everyone bend over backwards to let these spear-chucking degenerates wander around picking fights & drinking mouthwash.
>How bad are the abos in Winnipeg?
desu I was drunk and just sorta wandered from the ACC to city hall and then the eaton centre, had no idea where anything was.
never had it, saw it on the menu (place was called ali baba's of all things) but just went for the chicken platter